Archive of: 2019
18 April 2019
One of London’s most innovative law firms, iLaw, has said new rules on EU workers’ rights should be considered when recruiting or contracting employees on casual or zero-hour contracts.
iLaw aims to claim a stake in the blockchain and cryptocurrency industry via exciting new appointment
17 April 2019
Innovative London law firm, iLaw, has recruited a new Senior Associate with expertise in blockchain and cryptocurrency as it seeks to diversify its offering to clients.
15 April 2019
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) have launched an investigation into the way subscriptions to online game services on the Nintendo Switch, Sony PlayStation are renewed, amid fears they are unfair.
12 April 2019
A High Court judge has blocked a defendant’s application to have their case moved out of the shorter trial scheme, one of the few times a judge has intervened in such a request.
10 April 2019
The Government has recently implemented the ‘Good Work Plan’ with the aim to improve the employment rights and workers. As a result, businesses will be expected to familiarise themselves and implement the following changes to their current working practices.
01 April 2019
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined the global investment and financial services company Goldman Sachs more than £34 million for failing to provide “accurate and timely reporting” relating to some 220 million transactions.
26 March 2019
A committee of MPs have made a series of recommendations in a bid to help restore trust over payments to executive staff at many of the UK’s biggest companies.
25 March 2019
The Carphone Warehouse has been fined over £29 million for the mis-selling of millions of pounds of insurance products.
22 March 2019
Tech giants Google have been fined £1.28 billion (€1.49 billion) by the European Union for breaching competition law in relation to its AdSense advertising service.
20 March 2019
iLaw has acted for a UK hedge fund in its successful multi-million-pound sale to a large US asset management firm.